Here is a running list of cities and counties that have announced cancelations and provided information so far.
WASHINGTON — Localities across DC, Maryland and Virginia are beginning to cancel COVID-19 vaccination appointments due to the impending winter weather that will start to impact the region on Sunday.
On Saturday, the National Weather Service added D.C. along with most of Maryland and Virginia, where 4 to 8 inches snow will be possible. Ice accumulation of under a .25″ ice is possible late Sunday night, too.
Here is a running list of cities and counties that have announced cancelations and provided information so far:
Anne Arundel County
The county has canceled vaccine & testing clinics for Monday. Vaccination clinics on Sunday, January 31, and vaccination and testing clinics on Tuesday, February 2, are expected to open on time, and appointments will proceed as scheduled.
The Fairfax County Health Department has decided to cancel all vaccination appointments after 12:30 pm tomorrow b/c of the impending storm. Between 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. is still on.
Mary Anderson of the Montgomery County Health and Human Services tells WUSA9 there will be no appointments available for the first dose on Monday and Tuesday. Montgomery County health officials said they will keep second dose appointments open for now.
Prince Goerge’s County
Prince George’s County says they will alert everyone on social media on Sunday of what the plan will be to keep vaccination appointments open or to close sites for the storm.
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